Here’s my POV cam of a lap cycling around Vancouver’s beautiful Stanley Park in May 2020. With the city still under Covid-19 lockdown, parks have been closed to general public use, but cycling is still allowed. So the 10km road around the park usually packed with cars, is now the longest cycling-friendly loop in the city.
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I layered in some music and my own commentary of the hilights, and added a few pics below, but you really need to watch the video on a bigger screen for the full effect.
The 10km loop around the park has been closed to cars and the general public for several weeks – but open to cyclists.
A few barriers are in place to slow riders, but only on the park’s one descent.
I used the K-Edge Wahoo Element mount for my GoPro as well. It’s a sturdy aluminum mount that easily takes the weight of both devices.
A small detour to English Bay reveals the city’s most crowded park – not everyone is observing safe social distance.
Gear I Used:
• I shot this on a GoPro Hero 7: https://amzn.to/3dHiNu7
• Attached to the bike with the K-Edge Wahoo ElementMount: https://amzn.to/35WIaFH
• Tracked my ride with the Wahoo Element Bolt: https://amzn.to/2Z6gCMV